Aboriginal Scholarships

Durack Institute of Technology

A joint initiative between Rio Tinto and Durack, the scholarship program is designed to engage Aboriginal people in training programs that are directly linked to employment outcomes.
Eligibility: The scholarship is open to students of Aboriginal and/or Torres Islander descent who are enrolled in full-time face-to-face study at any Durack campus.
Support Type: Equity Scholarship,
Level of Study: Undergraduate,
Gender: Co-Ed
Frequency of Offer: Annual
Fields of Study: Architecture, General Education & Employment Skills, Tourism, Welfare & Community Services, Business & Management, Dental Studies, ELICOS course, Engineering & Technology, Food & Hospitality, Social Work, Language & Literature, Legal Studies, Computing & Information Technology, Creative Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, Mathematics, Sport, Leisure & Recreation, Built Environment, Communications, Education & Training, Psychology, Sciences, Accounting, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Economics, Environmental Studies, Law, Personal Services, Pharmacy, Rehabilitation, Surveying, Health Services & Support, Medicine, Nursing, Veterinary Studies & Animal Care,
Location of Study: Midwest-Gascoyne,
No Offered Per Year: 10
Target Group: Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent,

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